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410   SERIES


The specifications below are in addition to those given at the beginning of this block under 4   STRUCTURE OF LINKING ENTRY FIELDS.

Field Definition


This field is used to link the item being catalogued to a series that contains it.

Notes on Field Contents


Field 410 contains an upward link to a series when the item catalogued is either a series or monograph. If an upward link to both a series and its subseries is required, then the 410 may be repeated for citations to each, the higher level preceding the lower. Alternatively when the record structure emphasizes linking separate records in a hierarchy, the series may be linked through a 461 SET field and the subseries through a 462 SUBSET field.

The indicator value for this field indicates whether a note should be generated from the field; it does not contain information concerning the existence or generation of a series statement (field 225).


Related Fields


225 SERIES

Field 225 is used to record the ISBD Series Area which contains series data as found on the item. Field 410 is used for an access point form of the series entry. When the access point form is considered by the agency preparing the record to be identical to the form in field 225, the first indicator of 225 will note this. Nevertheless, the data is still included in field 410 (EX 2).

461 SET

If the 46  hierarchical links are being used then an upward link to a series may be indicated through a 461 field.



462 SUBSET

If the 46  hierarchical links are being used then an upward link to a subseries may be indicated through a 462 field.



Examples

EX 1: Embedded fields technique:


225 0#$aLetters from China
410 #0$12001#$aLetters from China$1700#1$aStrong,$bAnna Louise,$f1885 1970

Standard subfields technique


225 0#$aLetters from China
410 #0$tLetters from China$aStrong, Anna Louise, 1885 1970

The document being catalogued is in a series for which an access point needs to be made. A series statement on the item and recorded in the 225 field differs from the access point form of name for the series. Field 410 contains that form. No note is to be printed from field 410.

EX 2: Embedded fields technique :
225 2#$aCambridge Greek and Latin classics
410 #0$12001#$aCambridge Greek and Latin classics

Standard subfields technique


225 2#$aCambridge Greek and Latin classics
410 #0$tCambridge Greek and Latin classics

The document being catalogued is in a series for which an access entry is required by the cataloguing code. The form of entry in field 225 is the same as the established form in field 410.




411   SUBSERIES


The specifications below are in addition to those given at the beginning of this block under 4   STRUCTURE OF LINKING ENTRY FIELDS.

Field Definition


This field is used to link the continuing resource (series) being catalogued to a subseries that is contained in it.

Notes on Field Contents


This field is to be used only in records for continuing resources (series) to indicate a downward link to a subseries that is part of the continuing resource title recorded in field 200.

Related Fields


410 SERIES

The 411 field indicates a downward link from a series to a subseries. If the item being catalogued is a subseries and an upward link to the series is required, field 410 is used.

462 SUBSET

If the 46  hierarchical links are being used then a subseries may be linked to a series being catalogued through field 462.


Examples


EX 1: Embedded fields technique:
411 #1$12001#$aEngineering series$12250#$hA

Standard subfields technique:


411 #1$tEngineering series$hA

The item being catalogued is the continuing resource Copper information which has a subseries entitled Engineering series which is labelled A within the continuing resource.




412   SOURCE OF EXCERPT OR OFFPRINT


The specifications below are in addition to those given at the beginning of this block under 4-- STRUCTURE OF LINKING ENTRY FIELDS.

Field Definition


This field is used to identify a linked item which was the source of an excerpt or offprint.

Notes on Field Contents


An offprint or an excerpt is a unique bibliographic entity, the contents of which had already been published in another unique bibliographic entity.

Related Fields


413 EXCERPT OR OFFPRINT

Field 413 is used for the reciprocal of the relationship indicated by field 412.


Examples


EX 1: Embedded fields technique:
Record label, pos. 6 : a ; pos. 7 : m
200 1#$aRégularisation des eaux du Léman$bTexte imprimé$etrois générations d'aménagement$fJacques Bruschin, Arthur Harmann
210 ##$a Lausanne$cBibliothèque centrale de l'EPFL$cdiff. Payot$d1983
215 ##$a5 p.$cill.$d30 cm
225 1#$aPublication$fÉcole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne$v216
412 #1$1001$1011##$a0251-0979$15300#$aIngénieurs et architectes suisses$v(1983-08-18)n°17

Standard subfields technique:


Record label, pos. 6 : a ; pos. 7 : m
200 1#$aRégularisation des eaux du Léman$bTexte imprimé$etrois générations d'aménagement$fJacques Bruschin, Arthur Harmann
412 #1$0$tIngénieurs et architectes suisses$x0251-0979$v(1983-08-18) n°17

The article Régularisation des eaux du Léman was first published within issue No. 17 (Aug. 18, 1983) of the periodical Ingénieurs et architectes suisses, and further issued separately as an offprint. The record above describes the offprint, which is a monographic item, as shown on the Record label position 7.

The note generated from the 412 data might appear displayed as follows:

Is an offprint from: Ingénieurs et architectes suisses, ISSN 0251-0979. — (1983-08-18) n°17





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